Show customers that your code and content is safe to download
Protect your brand and your reputation
During installation your software is indicated as trusted
Certificate DigiCert Microsoft Kernel Mode Code Signing is designed to enable digital sign driver packages. This ensures users that installed software comes precisely from your company. In addition, anyone can check during the first use if installer and driver package arrived unchanged.
If someone has committed changes to the installer Kernel-Mode Code Signing will not allow to display the information of your company as a source of the driver. In return, it warns the user against an unidentified installation driver package and will require a decision, are you sure you start the installation.
If users have a 64-bit version of Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista, the system will display the message "Windows requires digitally signed driver." In this case, users will not have to worry about the potential risk of infection, when they believe that installing software from your company.
The authorization process is very simple. You write your kernel-mode drivers, sign them with DigiCert certificate and your customers receive a valuable and trustworthy product key.
With DigiCert Code Signing you get:
- The ability to sign driver packages indefinitely
A kernel-mode certificates allows you to sign driver packages that provide full security for the user using the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista. All the protections are important for the entire lifetime of the certificate, and signed packages are protected indefinitely.
- Code Signing Certificate for Microsoft Kernel Mode Code
With DigiCert, you can request a separate certificate Code Signing Microsoft Kernel Mode Code at no extra cost. Check Re- Key Your Code Signing Certificat, and make sure you select the Microsoft Kernel-Mode Code as your server platform.